Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 25th Mar 2006 18:53 UTC, submitted by SilentBob4
Linux "Free open source software is making slow in-roads into the world of big box retail. This article is the first of a series of two Mad Penguin articles which take a detailed look inside the world of retail as Tux is experiencing it. Today, in Section One Mad Penguin goes shopping to see what can be seen in four retail big box stores in the San Francisco Bay Area, complete with short videos inside some of those stores for the purpose of providing a wee bit of context."
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by vitae on Sat 25th Mar 2006 20:03 UTC
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The thing about Borders is that at least at the one near me, their version of Mandrake/Mandriva is always at least a version behind the current one and sometimes two versions behind. Not sure who's fault that is, but it certainly doesn't help.

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RE: Borders
by AdamW on Sun 26th Mar 2006 01:00 in reply to " Borders"
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It's likely old stock. We don't really do retail distribution of the boxes in the U.S. any more, it wasn't economic. If they had the books which include 10.1 CDs, then that's the latest U.S. stores have available to them, there was no book version of 2005 and we didn't do one for 2006 yet (don't know if one is planned).

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